Get to know your body better thanks to the Scori (personal energy indicator) and Heart Rate Zones. In addition, relive the routes of your workouts.
New Year’s Eve is a time to celebrate with family and friends, but for those with diabetes, it’s important to consider the potential effects of alcohol on blood glucose levels and overall health.
If eating with diabetes can already seem like a challenge, doing so at this time of year is even more. Here are some things to avoid at Christmas.
If this year Christmas will be celebrated in your home and you don’t know what to prepare, you can’t miss this Christmas menu for diabetes.
To control your glucose at Christmas may seem difficult, but it doesn’t have to be. Take a look at these 5 tips to keep it in check.
Christmas is coming and you’re not sure which foods will have the least impact on your glucose? Here are 3 ideas for your Christmas with diabetes.
Are you the host this year and you’re a bit lost? Don’t worry! Here’s a great example of a Thanksgiving menu for diabetes.